Trailer Reveals The Title And New Release Date For 'Avengers: Endgame' With Our Heroes In Despair

After weeks of speculation, the moment fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Not only did the Russo brothers drop the trailer for much anticipated sequel to Infinity War, but they also revealed the title of the movie is Avengers: Endgame and its new release date of April 26th. A title that had coincidentally been suggested by many fans as its of course one of the famous lines Doctor Strange says when he's describing what he saw in his vision of the future. The trailer doesn't give us too much of the plot, but does give us an idea of what the effects of Thanos' snap have had on our heroes. We also get to see some familiar faces who weren't around for the first movie, which is sure to excite audiences.

Below is the first official trailer for Avengers: Endgame:
With all the mystery surrounding this movie and just exactly what its about, it isn't surprising that the Russos leave out pretty much any hint of the plot or key scenes. Unlike the Infinity War trailer which gave us some shots of the final battle in the first bits of footage we saw (Even though it was edited to an extent), this trailer chooses to just set the tone of the movie. We get a scene of Tony seemingly alone in the Guardians' ship the Milano following the loss to Thanos on the planet Titan. As you may remember, all the other Avengers disappeared except Tony and Nebula (Who doesn't seem to be with him here). Tony is apparently accepting his own death in this scene, but its assumed someone, specifically Captain Marvel, may be the one to save him from the fate.
Then of course there's the remaining core Avengers on Earth who are grieving the loss of their friends. We get confirmation that even Black Panther's sister Shuri was one of the causalities of the snap, and also a tease that the team is assuming Scott Lang was also a causality. But as you will remember from the end of Antman and The Wasp, Lang survived the snap due to being inside the Quantum Realm and is seen showing up at the front door of the Avengers facility. Its been heavily teased that Lang and his understanding of the Quantum Realm will be the key to the Avengers preventing the snap from happening by going back in time, but there's still no hint of that in this trailer.
We also get a shot of Hawkeye now suited up as his other comic book identity Ronin. As Ronin, Hawkeye is more of a mercenary who used swords rather then a bow and arrow to confront his enemies. Its likely that his family who he was with during the events of Infinity War were all lost to the snap, and that is what has led to his return to crime fighting under much darker means. It seems Black Widow will be the one who finds him and convinces him the rejoin the team after time in isolation. Its still hard to tell how much time has passed since the events of Infinity War, but guesses have ranged from a couple of months to up to five years.
So what did you think of the trailer for Avengers: Endgame? Are you happy with the title? How much time do you think has passed since Infinity War? Let us know below!

Review: 'Creed II' Gives The Dragos and Rocky Fans The Story Arc They've Been Waiting For

Who would've thought it would be 2018, and Rocky Balbao would still be in a movie hitting theaters. Thankfully, the iconic sports franchise got a reboot three years ago that surpassed all expectations. With that kind of success, it shouldn't have come as a surprise that we'd be getting a sequel to Creed with the stakes even higher. This time, the son of Apollo Creed would be facing off against the son of Ivan Drago; the man who killed his father in the ring. The much anticipated story was put in the hands of up and coming director Steven Caple Jr., with the responsibility of not only bring back an iconic villain, but also stepping into the shoes of the talented Ryan Coogler (Black Panther, Creed). No pressure Steven, no pressure at all.

As a stated above the film follows the now champion of the world Adonis Creed, son of famed boxer Apollo Creed. With things looking good in both his personal life with his girlfriend Bianca, and his career, Donny is blindsided by a challenge to fight Viktor Drago. The raw and unknown Viktor has been training in Ukraine with his father for the right opportunity to take on Donny in front of the world, giving boxing fans the match of their dreams. With his father's death at the hands of Viktor's father to motivate, Donny is now left with the chance to finally do what his dad couldn't and beat a Drago once and for all.
One of the biggest challenges the film has to tackle is taking the over the top story of Rocky VI and grounding it in realism. Caple Jr. and co. manage to pull this off perfectly, specifically in the way they've added depth to Drago's character. You really feel like this was a man who has been shunned by his own country and even those close to him, and that motivation is made clear through scenes between him and Viktor. While I could've used more scenes developing the relationship between Ivan and Viktor, its made clear that the later Drago is tough on his son. Making Viktor a more quiet character who showed little emotion around anyone aside from his father also was key to showing this, and helped make his character even more intimidating and hard to read. Does he really share a strong hatred for Creed, or is he just doing all this to please his father?
Once again the standout performances come from Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan. Stallone's further exploration into Rocky's own past mistakes and loses feels genuine, and he gets some great emotional scenes with Donny and Bianca. Stallone plays Rocky as an even more calm and wise figure in Creed's life then in the first film, and it mirrors how Rocky trusts Donny to make his own life decisions. While there unfortunately isn't too many scenes between Stallone and Lundgren, the tension is felt whenever the two are starring each other in the eye. The film makes it clear that Stallone as Rocky is passing the torch to Jordan as Creed, and this is made clear by his slightly more distant presence in the movie.
Jordan brings the dramatic scenes to life every time he's on the screen, truly helping the audience feels the frustration and mixed emotions Donny is going through. The contrast between Jordan's portrayal of the character's soft side when he's around Bianca and their daughter, to the anger filled scenes when he's face to face with the man who killed his father is remarkable. Some of the movies most emotional scenes are taken to another level by his performance, and his chemistry with both Stallone and Thompson is certainly a huge factor.
As for the direction of the movie, Steven Caple Jr. does a great job injecting his own style while still making it feel like a continuation of what Coogler did the first time around. Unfortunately some of Coogler's signature touches such as the one-take fight scene, as well as the perfect incorporation of the soundtrack in certain scenes aren't present here. Some of the fights in particular probably really would've benefited from Coogler's direction, but I feel Caple Jr. really shines with how he handled personal character moments. There are smaller scenes in the movie and exchanges between characters in the movie that may not seem all that important to the plot, but give us a much better idea of how they interact. In a movie that puts so much focus on parent-child relationships, this is something that needed to be handled well, and it was.
Although the absence of Ryan Coogler doesn't go unnoticed, Creed II is a more than worthy successor to the original movie. It gives closure to some of the most famous story lines in past Rocky movies in a way that doesn't feel fake or forced, and instead feels like a natural progression of boxing history. What the movie likes in some of its style and fight scenes, it makes up for in important dramatic and character moments that further the arcs of the main three characters of this series. Rocky fans and casual movie goers alike won't be able to resist moving to the edge of their seats when Drago and Creed are in the ring together, and that just proves Caple Jr. and the cast have done their jobs well.

I give Creed II 4 out of 5 stars:

So what did you think of Creed II? Did you think it was better of first then the first movie? Would you like to see another sequel? Let us know below!

Jon Favreau's Live-Action Remake of 'The Lion King' Gets Its First Nostalgia Filled Trailer

Disney's live-action remakes of their most popular animated movies have garnered mixed reactions from fans and audiences. But most people will agree Jon Favreau's take on The Jungle Book a few years ago was one of the best adaptions they've seen yet, so it makes sense that this is the man tackling one of the company's most iconic stories. With trailer to Tim Burton's Dumbo and Guy Ritchie's Aladdin already having made their way online, it was only a matter of time before we got our first look at Lion King. What better time then Thanksgiving to bring audiences back with the narration of James Earl Jones' Mufasa over some very familiar shots, and of course the Circle of Life playing in the background. 

Below is the first trailer for The Lion King:
The trailer is actually very similar to the one shown for the 1994 animated movie, with almost exact recreations of some of those shots. Characters we see are Rafiki, a young Simba, and an ending shot of Mufasa. We see a glimpse of iconic scenes such as when Simba is held up at pride rock, the stampede that ultimately takes his father's life, and his conversation with the ghost of Mufasa. We see just enough to get us excited a pay homage to the original movie, but without hearing the voices of any of the new cast members or seeing how their characters will look.
It'll be very interesting to see Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner's Pumbaa and Timon, as well as John Oliver's Zazu, Chiwetel Ejiofor's Scar, and of course Donald Glover's adult Simba. We can probably expect to see more of them as more footage and trailers make their way online as we near the movies summer release date. A lot of these cast members have the tough task of replacing very iconic and recent portrayals of these characters, so it makes sense we only year Jones voice in the trailer which fans are already used to. 
So far Favreau's take on the Lion King seems to be a pretty by the books remake of the original, with a lot of the same key plot points taking place. Like with Jungle Book though we can probably expect some slight changes, including the addition of new songs. The original songs of the film are all extremely well known, but with talented musicians like Beyonce and Donald Glover on board and Hans Zimmer returning to work on the score, I'm sure we can expect some impressive additions to the Lion King catalogue. 
So what did you think of the first trailer for Favreau's Lion King? Do you feel a remake is necessary? Let us know below!

'Sopranos' Prequel 'The Many Saints of Newark' Casts Alessandro Navoli As Dickie Moltisanti

Fans of the HBO series The Sopranos thought we'd seen the last of David Chase's world after the screen went black during the series finale years ago. Unfortunately, five years ago we lost Tony Soprano himself James Gandolfini, which seemed to have put any idea of continuing the series to bed. Instead, director Alan Taylor has been brought on board to adapt a prequel film to the show written by Chase. The series will show how the crime family came to be, and show many of the predecessors to the guys like Tony, Silvio, Paulie, and Christopher. Pretty much everything about the show has been kept tightly under wraps, but we now know at least one cast member he has joined in a key leading role.

Actor Alessandro Navoli best known for his work in movies like Face/Off, Selma, American Hustle, and The Wizard of Lies will star in the movie. Navoli will be playing the father of Christopher Moltisanti, who fans will remember was a key character and Tony Soprano's nephew in the show played by Michael Impereoli. Christopher's father Dickie has been mentioned several times in the show, as was killed off camera prior to the events of the series. Its believed he was killed by a police officer who Christopher eventually gets revenge on in Season 4. 
Much in the same way as The Godfather: Part 2 told the story of a young Vito Corleone and how he rose to power and started his crime family, The Many Saints of Newark will hopefully give fans that same insight into the DiMeo family. Its expected characters such as Tony's mother, father, and Uncle Jun will all be a part of the movie but have yet to be cast. There's also been rumors the child versions of Tony and his crew will make in appearance, but this has yet to be confirmed.
Not much is known about the film's plot other then the fact that it takes place in the 1960s and will focus on tensions and riots between African-Americans and Italian in the Newark, New Jersey area at the time. In the coming months it'll be interesting to see who else joins Navoli on the project, and who will play the rumored roles of young Tony, Uncle Jun, Johnny Soprano, and Dickie's father Aldo Molstisanti. 
So who would you like to see cast as the young Tony, Junior, and Johnny? Are you interested in seeing the history of DiMeo family on the big screen? Let us know below!

Spidey Trades In Blue For Black In Set Photos From 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Revealing Another New Suit

Spider-Man: Far From Home has officially wrapped shooting this past week, but fans were still able to get some last minute photos of what appears to be yet another new suit. It feels like almost every set photo we've seen from this movie has been of a new variation of the iconic costume that the wall-crawler will be wearing, but this one feels the most definite. The suit in the set photos seems to be an upgrade from the Stark suit given to Peter Parker in Civil War, but with the clear difference being the new color scheme. We have our first on screen version of Spider-Man to wear a black and red suit, which the character has worn in the comics. We also see a white symbol in the back which surely has taken inspiration from the Spider-Man: PS4 suit.

With all these set photos a videos scattered across the internet, Marvel decided to just have Tom Holland officially show off the new suit on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night:
Take a look at the set photos below:
Now as I said above, the suit has already drawn comparisons to certain suits from the comics with the same colors. Fans will remember the recent Superior Spider-Man storyline that saw Doc Ock become Spider-Man featured a very similar looking suit. There's been mixed reaction to the departure from the traditional blue and red scheme, but ultimately I feel it gives a more mature and fresh look to the character. We still don't know if Tony Stark or possibly S.H.I.E.L.D. have provided Parker with this suit, or if he made it on his own like he does in the comics. Its worth noting the suit also resemble a S.H.I.E.L.D. Spider-Man suit recently shown in the comics, so this could be a hit they've provided him with this one as well.
So far we know that the original Homecoming suit will indeed show up in the film, most likely at the beginning. We've also seen set photos of the "Stealth suit" that looks similar to the Spider-Man Noir look from the comics, and also has a S.H.I.E.L.D. emblem on it. That suit will be worn at some point when Mysterio faces off against Spider-Man as we can tell from the set photos, so its likely he was given that suit for the specific situation. We know most of the movie will be taking place on Peter Parker's class trip to Europe, but these recent set photos with Zendaya take place in Manhattan at Union Station. It's likely this scene will take place later in the movie once Peter has returned home, and that's probably when we'll be seeing the new suit make its debut.
Story wise, there isn't much else we can decipher from these set photos other then that Michelle is swinging through the city with Spider-Man. Its been made apparent since the first movie that Michelle might be this universe's version of Mary Jane, and that would mean at some point she becomes romantically involved with Peter. While she seemed to have been catching on to Peter keeping some kind of secret in Homecoming, its hard to tell if in this scene she already knows he's the one behind the mask. Spider-Man might just be saving her from some kind of danger, but it could also be a romantic web swinging between Michelle and Peter like we saw in the Raimi movies.
So how do you feel about the new Spider-Man suit? Are you okay with the black and red? Do you think Michelle will know Peter is Spider-Man? Let us know below!

DC Have Tapped Former Marvel Director James Gunn To Write And Possibly Direct 'Suicide Squad 2'

I have to admit, few things surprise me anymore when it comes to comic book movie news. But this right here I can honestly say I didn't see coming. After being controversially fired by DC and Marvel Studios following the unearthing of tweets made before his days as a blockbuster director, James Gunn was to have no involvement with the already planned Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Actors from the director's acclaimed film series and fans alike voiced there displeasure with this decision, but it was ultimately made clear Disney had no intention of rehiring him. With Gunn seemingly out of a job, comic book fans joked DC could afford to take the gamble and hire him. Yet none of us actually thought they'd do it, with Gunn now apparently involved with the development of the Suicide Squad sequel.

The news comes courtesy of The Wrap who report that Gunn will not only be writing the script for the movie, but is also in talks to direct it. Previously Gavin O'Connor (Warrior) was believed to be on board to helm the project, taking the reins from David Ayer (Fury). Ayer of course has voiced his problems with the first film and how it was received critically, and how the original cut had been modified through the the heavy involvement of Warner Brothers. This included the controversial ending, depiction and overall screen time of Jared Leto's Joker, and more tonal issues that just created another roadblock for the DC film universe.
With all the controversy aside, Gunn is of course an extremely talented and creative director credited with making the MCU's cosmic universe what it is today. Gunn took a group of relatively unknown comic book characters like the Guardians of the Galaxy and made them into household names, with a creative and fun approach to the soundtrack and design of the world, as well as a great dynamic between the group of actors he cast. This in many ways was what DC was trying to replicate with the first Suicide Squad movie, so it only seems right to get the guy whose already proven he can do it correctly.
Reports have even suggested the Gunn's adaption of Suicide Squad may be a reboot, with roles possibly recast or a new group of characters being introduced. The first movie did in fact have some big names on board including Will Smith and Margot Robbie, so I'm not sure DC would be willing to give them up especially considering what they could do with a script written by Gunn. Smith and Robbie were both considered standouts of the first movie and have expressed interest in reprising their roles, and its already been suggested we would be seeing roster changes in the sequel. Only time will tell what approach Gunn decides to take, but it'll apparently be a stark departure from what O'Connor originally had planned.
So how do you feel about James Gunn directing Suicide Squad 2? Do you think this was the right project for him? Did Marvel make a mistake letting him go? Let us know below!

Jon Favreau's 'Star Wars' TV Show Will Be Titled 'The Mandalorian'; Images, Details, and Directors Revealed

Since the moment Disney bought LucasFilm, the company hasn't stopped producing as much Star Wars content as they can. But unfortunately following the disappointment of Solo: A Star Wars Story early this year, the studio has scrapped plans for other spin-off projects and has decided to focus on the current trilogy of films. But this recent news certainly doesn't apply to TV shows, as Jon Favreau's long awaited live-action Star Wars series finally found a perfect home with Disney's new streaming service. Now we have gotten new details about the show including what it will be about, what big name directors are on board, and who may be starring as the lead. 

Favreau who is executive producing and writing the series revealed that it will in fact be called The Mandalorian, who exist as a race of warriors in the Star Wars universe that includes the likes of Jango and Boba Fett. This of course explains why the main character we see in the first image from the show (Which you can see above) is wearing their same armor. The series will be taking place three years after the events of Return of the Jedi, with the galaxy now under the role of the New Republic. This is a time period that hasn't yet been explored in the Star Wars films, and could also tease some things that happen in the current trilogy. 
The plot description seen above explains that the lead will be from the Mandalorian planet, but is described as a lone gunslinger. Despite this, we're sure to get some more insight into this person's past and the civilization they came from through some kind of flashbacks or backstory. Dave Filoni is apparently going to direct the pilot episode, and he's someone who is best known for his work on the successful Disney XD series Star Wars: Rebels, and Clone Wars. The Mandalorian culture is something that Filoni already has explored in Rebels, and will more than likely re-explore here. Other big time directors who have come on board include Bryce Dallas Horward (Solemates), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), Deborah Chow (Jessica Jones), and fan favorite Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok).
Its unknown just how many episodes each director will be working on, but we're expecting about a ten episode season considering the length of the Marvel shows that are going to be on Disney Play. Waititi particularly is someone who Star Wars fans have even wanted to see play Boba Fett, but had ultimately said he wouldn't work on a film in the series. Well I guess this technically doesn't count. Rumors have also suggested that the main role of the show will be played by Pedro Pascal, but this has yet to be confirmed. The role certainly seems like something up Pascal's alley given the type of morally ambiguous yet charismatic characters he's played on shows like Narcos and Game of Thrones.
So are you excited about The Mandalorian? What other directors would you have liked to see work on the show? Let us know below!

Rumors Suggest Marvel Studios Has Commissioned A Script For A Film Adaption Of 'The Dark Avengers'

At this point in time, it really hard to tell what the future has in store for the MCU. We don't exactly know what will result from the events of Avengers 4, but we could be seeing goodbye to a lot of the major players that have headlined these movies the last few years. Having said that, this paves the way for Marvel to bring in even more characters and movies based on them including a solo movie for Black Widow and an Eternals movie that have both already been announced. There's also the questions that still remain about the Fox deal, and whether we'll be getting an MCU reboot of the X-Men or Fantastic Four anytime soon. Well news might have just broke about one property we can expect to see adapted by the studio in the meantime.

That Hashtag Show are reporting that Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has apparently asked for a Dark Avengers script to be written. Now if this is true, that doesn't necessarily mean a movie is already in development. The studio still has several sequels to properties they've already established such as Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 to worry about right now. But the studio hasn't let this stop them from hiring directors for both Black Widow and The Eternals, which seem to officially be in the works despite not having release dates yet.
The Dark Avengers would certainly be any interesting team to bring to the big screen, as they're essentially reformed villains pretending to be superheroes. They're formed by the Green Goblin himself Norman Osborn, who becomes in charge of an organization known as H.A.M.M.E.R. that has replaced S.H.I.E.L.D. following the events of the Skrulls secret invasion. He puts together a team that includes former Scorpion Mac Gargan as a Venom/Spider-Man hybrid, Wolverine's son Daken disguised as his father, Daredevil villain Bullseye as Hawkeye, the god Ares, Moondragon as Ms. Marvel, Sentry, and Osborn himself as the Iron Patriot.
Its unknown how the team would fit into the current landscape of the MCU, as the Spider-Man movies haven't even introduced Norman who is pivotal to all this. Marvel will soon own all the rights to these characters following the Fox deal, so they could possibly start planting the seeds by having them make appearances prior to their team up. Mac Gargan and Bullseye both have already made appearances in the MCU, and you may remember James Rhodes suiting up as Iron Patriot in Iron Man 3. Captain Marvel is also introducing the Skrulls, which may lead to an adaption of Secret Invasion and ultimately explain the creation of The Dark Avengers.
So how do you feel about this rumor? Would like to see Marvel bring the Dark Avengers to the big screen? Let us know below!

'Aquaman' Five Minute Trailer Shows Us More Black Manta, Mera, Atlantis, And The Classic Costume

Its certainly a confusing time to be a DC fan. One week, you're crying over the fact Henry Cavill might not be Superman anymore, the next you're pleasantly surprised by the first look at Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker. With no clear plan in sight, all we can do as fans is simply sit back and enjoy what movies the studio has already completed, specifically Aquaman and Shazam. Both movies seem to mark a huge tonal shift for the DCEU, with surprisingly impressive and light hearted trailers that debuted at Comic-Con earlier this year. It looks like Warner Bros. really wants to get fans on board for Aquaman with just a few months left until its release, as they've released five whooping minutes of footage from the upcoming blockbuster.

Below is the five minute extended trailer for Aquaman:
Well if you didn't have an idea of what to expect from this movie before hand, you sure should now. Its clear this will very much be an origin story for Arthur Curry, with a lot of flashbacks to his past and his mother played by Nicole Kidman who is from Atlantis herself. We'll also apparently get a lot of info on the mythology of the Atlanteans, similar to what we got from the Jor-El scenes in Man of Steel explaining Krypton. This trailer alone has helped explain just how important the King of Atlantis is, and why its imperative Arthur takes up the mantle rather then his rival Ocean Master.
What may be a bit more surprising to fans about the trailer is just how much of it will apparently feature Arthur and Mera's adventure on land. The movie's director James Wan has drawn comparisons to films like Raiders of the Lost Ark and Romancing the Stone, which seems accurate given the rough chase sequence (That looks straight out of an Uncharted game). It seems this will probably be the first half of the movie, where Mera comes to land to retrieve Arthur and convince him to challenge for the throne. It's here that they'll be encountering Black Manta and his army as we see in the trailer, but its hard to tell whether the villain is working alone, or following orders from Ocean Master.
There's also a much better look at The Trench and the monstrous fish who inhabit it, which was something Wan had teased in the past. The Trench has been featured in the more recent New 52 comics, and could also somehow be under Ocean Master's control in the movie. Given Wan's horror roots, its no surprise he wants to adapt this part of the comics to the big screen and will likely go all out to make it as visually terrorizing as possible. With some many villains already in the film, its likely The Trench won't be playing as big a role but might just be a tease for a sequel.
So what did you think of all the Aquaman footage? Do you feel like Warner Bros. is showing too much? Let us know below!

Chris Evans Takes To Twitter To Announce He's Wrapped On 'Avengers 4' And May Be Done Playing Cap

In a year where fans have already been devastated to hear Henry Cavill may not be our Superman anymore (Something we still haven't had clarified for us), we may be seeing yet another actor's time playing an iconic superhero coming to an end. For some time now, Marvel fans have known that Chris Evans' multi-year contract with the company would be coming to an end following Infinity War and Avengers 4. This had led to a rampant rumors since the release of Civil War, that Steve Rogers would be killed off in some way to make room for Bucky Barnes to be the new Captain America. While we may not for sure what will happen to the character until next May, Evans may have just given us all a huge hint.

With Avengers 4 wrapping production, Evans tweeted to the following to thank fans: "Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least. Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful." Now you can take this quote one of two ways. Evans may simply be thanking the fans and showing his gratitude for the opportunity to play this role years later. Or, there's the way most fans have interpreted it which is that Steve Rogers will be written out of the MCU in some way. 
The context of the tweet and the way it was written certainly does feel like Evans giving his final farewell to the character, but it would seem odd for the ultra-secretive Marvel Studios to tweet something so revealing. If this tweet does turn out to be what fans are dreading, and Rogers is killed off in Avengers 4, it certainly won't have the same surprise and shock value the Russo brothers got from Infinity War. Chances are, whatever audiences are expecting probably isn't what's going to happen, and that includes Captain America's death. They could always take some alternative approach of writing him off such as having him retire, or simply surprise us by renewing Evans contract.
Evans has expressed interest in moving on from the role that made him a star in the past, with the obligations to the part and amount of films he has to be in getting in the way of some other parts of his career he's wanted to pursue. With the actor already taking a dip in the directing scene, he's also recently just joined an upcoming Rian Johnson film. For both Evans and Robert Downey Jr., two cornerstones of the MCU, giving their characters a proper conclusion is such a big film like Avengers 4 seems like the right way to go about it. Now whether that means killing them off, having them retire, or some other creative approach, the folks over at Marvel certainly have thought this one through.
So how do you feel about Chris Evans possibly leaving the role of Captain America? What do you think will happen to him in Avengers 4? Let us know below!

'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Set Photos Give Us Our First Look At Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio And A New Suit

Its a great time to be a Spider-Man fan, and take that from one of them. With Venom releasing in theaters this week (Despite lackluster reviews), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse just around the corner, a new Spider-Man video game that has surpassed expectations, and a chance to see the wallcrawler on the big screen twice next year, most of us couldn't be happier. Just when we thought we hadn't gotten as much as we were going to get this week, several new set photos dropped from the European set of Spider-Man: Far From Home; the sequel to 2017's Homecoming. The set photos not only give us our first look a comic accurate Mysterio (Minus the bowl head), but a look at a new all black stealth Spider-Man suit that seems to have been provided by S.H.I.E.L.D.

Below are the set photos from Spider-Man: Far From Home:
Now the first set photos are of course of Jake Gyllenhaal in full costume as Mysterio. Much the delight of fans, it seems the outfit will be very accurate to the comics. This includes the purple cape, green color scheme to most of us suit, and gold on his arms and feet. Notably absent is of course the famous fish bowl looking head Mysterio wears over his head to protect his identity, which he also fills with mist. He may just not be wearing in this specific scene, but its possible that Jon Watts may have script the bowl due to how ridiculous some feels it would look in live action. While fans are hoping this isn't the case, this Mysterio may be using a technique more similar to the Ultimate comics where he hides his face behind a white mist without the actual bowl covering it.
As for the Spider-Man suit we've seen in the pictures, people were quick to draw comparisons to it and the Spider-Man Noir suit from the comics. While Spider-Man Noir exists in an alternate universe and likely has no part in this movie, the influences of this suit on the one being used in the movie are clear. The goggles and vested look specifically are very reminiscent of Noir, but in the latest set photos we also see a S.H.I.E.L.D. logo on his upper chest. This probably means that at some point Nick Fury and Maria Hill, who are confirmed to appear in the movie, help Peter and provide him with a new suit to take on Mysterio.
Although these have been the most notable and revealing of the Far From Home set pics, we have also seen many of Peter and his schoolmates on their class trip in different parts of Europe. Martin Starr, Tony Revolori, and of course Jacob Batalon and Zendaya have all been prevalent in these. There's also been the appearance of another masked character who has been speculated to be the villain Chameleon, but may also just be an illusion created by Mysterio, or some random new character. We've heard rumors of other villains such as Hydro-Man and Molten Man appearing in side roles alongside Mysterio, with speculation suggesting any of these could be the mystery character Remy Hii (Crazy Rich Asians) is playing.
So what do you think of these set photos? Are you happy with how they've adapted Mysterio? Are you a fan of Spider-Man's new suit? Let us know below!